On International Men’s Day, A Trust Campaign For A ‘Men Commission’ To Address Their Concern

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On International Men’s Day, A Trust Campaign For A ‘Men Commission’ To Address Their Concern

Okay, so we have to agree that a few good men victimized by the campaign which has taken the whole nation by rage. Women have come up with their stories courageously be it from the actresses or any other ordinary girl. But what about men do not have done any sin and still getting hate for it.

So, on this International Men’s Day, letting their feeling out, they marched in Delhi seeking an end to it. Organized by a couple of men’s rights groups, named Save Family Foundation and Men Welfare Trust, the men walked through Delhi’s Connaught Place on Monday demanding an end to this ado of men.

Males in the rally chanted the slogans like “men want justice,” while holding posters which read, “Stop treating husband as an ATM”.

The marchers also ask for a Men’s Commission at the national level, just like Women’s Commission to address the injustice to men.

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“We are leading a peaceful march for the rights for men. Today, the men are in a very difficult situation. Especially if you look at the recent me too camping. The campaign has made it so easy to name and shame any man, without any proof or evidence. Men are being demonized without any fault of theirs,” Wasif Ali, Co-founder of Save Family Foundation, and one of the organizers of the march said.

“There is no justice system left for the men who are accused during the campaign started by Tanushree Dutta. They also face a media trial and the man’s reputation is damaged,” he said.

“We want a ‘Men’s Commission’ to address our concerns. Every year, double the number of men commits suicide than women. 90,000 men commit suicide in India every year, compared to 40,000 women. But there is no one to hear our concerns. There has to be a separate men’s body,” Ali claimed.

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“Even in most of the court cases for the custody of the child, 98% of the time it goes in the favour of the women. I even struggle to get visiting rights to their own children. Why is it so? ” Ali asked.

This group said they have many helping hands added with them.

Published by Soniya Kaur on 20 Nov 2018

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